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KPMG‘s U.S. business arm will help the Department of Defense develop a prototype of a 5G application meant to be used in the Albany, Georgia-based smart warehouse of the U.S. Marine Corps. DOD’s selection of the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm followed a competitive design phase that last for a year, KPMG said Tuesday. […] More
KPMG, one of the “big four” accounting organizations, has made its first direct investment in Bitcoin and Ethereum in a move that adds cryptoassets to the firm’s balance sheet and represents its embrace of the emerging global asset class. The allocation of cryptoassets to KPMG in Canada’s corporate treasury marks a monumental step in the […] More

KPMG has expanded its operations in the Lake Nona community in Orlando with the opening of a new facility that will house the firm's additional workforce who will be responsible for providing customers with advisory and tax services. The Capability Center is established in support of KPMG's enhanced service delivery model and will enable the company to offer 350 new jobs in the state.


A new KPMG survey has found that 79 percent of government decision-makers said they are confident in the potential of artificial intelligence to improve bureaucratic efficiency. KPMG said Tuesday it conducted an online survey of about 950 business and information technology leaders across seven industries from Jan. 3 to 16 and found that 61 percent of government respondents said AI is at least fully or moderately functional at their agencies.

KPMG has won a $57.6 million contract from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service to audit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ financial statement related to civil works. The company will also provide financial examination services for agencies owning the funds that have been obligated to USACE military programs for fiscal 2018 through 2022, the Defense Department said Friday. […] More
KPMG has received a $39.8 million contract modification from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service to help audit the U.S. Army‘s general and working capital fund financial statements. The modification exercises the first option year of a previously awarded labor-hour contract for financial audit services and increases the contract’s potential value to $66.5 million, the Defense Department […] More
KPMG has inaugurated a new college scholarship, mentoring and leadership development program for female high school seniors in the U.S. and appointed former state secretary Condoleezza Rice as the ambassador. The professional service firm said Wednesday 16 scholars have been chosen for the first batch of its KPMG Future Leaders Program. KPMG added the recipients will receive $10,000 for each year […] More
Marc-Andre Giger, formerly director of public sector and health at PwC Switzerland, has joined KPMG as head of the public sector in Switzerland, effective June 1. Giger will succeed Armin Haymoz in the role and will serve the auditing firm's public sector customers through its office in Bern, Switzerland, KPMG said Monday. Prior to PwC, […] More
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